1790 Lincoln Drive
Annapolis, MD 21401
(443) 458-5617
We Offer Bible Studies        
(One on one or group studies available)
1 Introductory Class

8 Correspondence Courses
(Certificate upon completion)

5 Video Classes
Personal Study Lessons
(Visual Aids Chart)
Sunday Services
10:00 am     Sunday School
11:00 am     Morning Worship
 6:00 pm      Evening Worship

Tuesday Bible Study
7:00 pm
1st & 3rd         Sister's Class
2nd & 4th        Brother's Class

Wednesday Bible Study
12:00 noon                7:30 pm


Brother Goodman takes great pride in being a home-grown preacher raised under the tutelage of Evangelist Humphrey Foutz, who developed one of the largest African-American congregations within the Churches of Christ. In 1965 he obeyed the gospel and was baptized by Humphrey Foutz of the Central Church, he was discipled by Talbert Gwynn and influenced by many others in the areas of Evangelism and Discipleship.

Brother Goodman has been involved in 7 church planting campaigns within the Mid-Atlantic region. He also served as interim minister in preparation for the upcoming mission work in Annapolis. In the summer of 1987, a two-week crusade took place in Annapolis, Maryland, as a result of this effort the Capital Church of Christ was established with 26 members. Under his leadership the church purchased 3 acres of land and renovated a condemned school building and moved in in 1992. The church has also purchased several school buses, passenger and handicap vans for its ministry.

Their commitment to Matthew 28:18-20, through evangelism and discipleship, had brought about an increase in church membership. In April 2000, a 325 seat auditorium was erected. Efforts such as gospel meetings, evangelistic campaigns, Seminars, ladies days, youth rallies, 5th Sunday fellowships, VBS and a variety of other activities were used to spread the word in Annapolis and throughout Anne Arundel County. The church currently operates 17 ministries and is supported by Christians committed to doing God's will. The Church burned its mortgage in 2016 and is now debt free. Since its inception, over 500 souls have been baptized into Christ.

In addition to his local work, he has been privileged to preach in 18 states and 72 cites. Brother Goodman has accepted speaking engagements raging from Gospel/Revival meetings, Evangelism workshops/Seminars, Church/Minister Anniversaries, Youth rallies, Men’s Retreats, he speaks regularly on Lectureships, including the Northeast, Southeast, Mid-Atlantic and a few Nationals. Brother Goodman has also written two books, "The HOPE DEALER" and "You Gotta LAUGH to Keep from CRYING". He is presently working on several others, “You Gotta laugh 2 Keep from Crying” and “How to Full-Proof your Ministry” (what they didn’t teach you in School).

What We Believe
Douglas Anthony Goodman was born in Raleigh, North Carolina and raised in the inner city of Baltimore, Maryland.  He attended Baltimore public schools and he also attended a vocational school for electrical house wiring.  He was an active member of the Junior Achievement program and the Y.M.C.A for leadership for many years.  When he graduated from high school they gave him the best dressed award, and afterward he attended Baltimore Community College for English and Art and then R.E.T.S Electronics Technical School for computer electronics.  He is an entrepreneur at heart, which allowed him to create several streams of income from home-improvement to rental properties.